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District Events
PETS Training King of Prussia
Feb 28, 2013 03:00 PM - Mar 02, 2013 03:00 PM
Foundation Recognition Dinner Mar 20, 2013 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
District & Global Grant Proposals Due Mar 30, 2013
Polio Purple Pinkie 5k Run/Walk Apr 21, 2013 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM
District Conference Skytop Lodge
Apr 26, 2013 - Apr 28, 2013
District Assembly 2013 DeSales University
May 11, 2013 08:30 AM - 02:00 PM



 Welcome to Rotary District 7430

Our District's 44 Rotary Clubs are located over the five Counties of Montgomery, Bucks, Berks, Lehigh and Northampton in Southeastern Pennsylvania.  I invite you to contact the club nearest you to find out the many benefits of being a Rotarian.  Learn about the fellowship we share while following our motto "Service Above Self." And find out about the great things we do both in our local Community and around the World to help people and promote peace. Our District's clubs have over 1,900 members and are part of Rotary International, the World’s Oldest and Largest Humanitarian Service Organization.

Please browse our site and feel free to use the "Contact Us" feature; we would love to hear from you.

Tony Jannetta, District Governor 2012-13

In 'Service Above Self" we help people and inspire each other as we do!

Celebrate and Come Join Us at our District Conference 2013

Posted by Tony Jannetta

Hurricane Sandy Relief..................Our Help is Still Needed
Posted by Ronald Smith

 Click here and "Do Good in the World"

The Future Vision plan for Our Rotary Foundation starts the New Grants in 2013-2014

The District Rotary Foundation Grant Committee is seeking proposals. Proposal deadline is March 30, 2013 for the 2013 - 2014 District and Global Grants.  Click the following link for the Proposal Forms...


Posted by Tony Jannetta

Rotary International President elect Ron Burton announced his theme for our Rotary year 2013/14 this morning at International Assembly in San Diego

         "Engage Rotary,Change Lives"   

Posted by Tony Jannetta


It was a proud moment when I read the January issue of the ShelterBox Ambassador Report that our fellow Rotarian Allan Syphers , from the Blue Bell RC was selected as the SBUSA Ambassador of the month for his continuing great work on their behalf in our district


Posted by Tony Jannetta

D7430 is setting up a "Sandy Disaster Relief Fund" for to help our neighbouring Rotary district's worst effected in NJ and NY



 As of Jan 9th we have Collected over $41,500 for the Fund !!!

from District Clubs, Rotarians and the Public, and including monies raised thru the Tv Auction, which has now been sent on your behalf to those Rotary Districts worst effected that we pledged to help with their rebuilding efforts

A Very Big Thank You goes out to everybody who made this happen,

Another example of the great things we as D7430 Rotarians achieve working together to improve the lives of others !

to make a donation or see how you can help us please read on

Posted by Tony Jannetta

Our District's Rotaplast Team has recently completed a mission in Cebu Philippines. Click the link to see images from the mission

Blog Link

Or please read on to hear the personal stories of 2 of our volunteers trip of a life time!

Posted by Ronald Smith


For Another Successful Annual Rotary TV Auction

in support of Rotaplast Missions & Hurricane Sandy Relief

For the children affected by cleft lip and palate and the communities on NY and NJ appreciate your contributions.

 PDG Gerry Long, DG of District 7490 Bonnie Sirower, Auction Chair Linda Young,    DG of District 7500 Joan Vas and DG Tony

seen here pledging their support and working together on the night at the TV Station for these 2 great causes

Dec 18* We have great pleasure in announcing the total net Auction Financial Results,


Once again I thank everybody involved, we could not have raised this fabulous amount of money without you!!



Posted by Tony Jannetta


Have you ever wondered what it would be like to attended a Zone institute or why some like it better that the International Convention? Thanks to our very own PDG BJ Metz here is a full and comprehensive account of what he expieranced recently while attending the 2012 event held in Vancouver for you to enjoy......(Click Here) if you would like to know more, please contact BJ he would love to tell you why he and Kristie attend this Zone event year after year!

Posted by Ronald Smith

D7430 Rotarians Partner with Engineers without Borders
Successful Well Drilling Project in Sierra Leone

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The Lehigh Valley Professional Chapter of Engineers without Borders-USA has completed another successful trip to Sierra Leone. Rotary District 7430 is one of the sponsors for this effort. Several clubs in the district are also sponsors.

The well drilled during this trip is now providing over 160 gallons per minute, a flow rate beyond the original expectations. It is anticipated that all water requirements for the school will be able to be met. The well is a 6" diameter borehole that was drilled to a depth of 47 meters below ground surface. A hand pump was installed with the well.  In addition, men’s and women’s staff toilets were installed and are now in use with a bucket flush system. And the wash stations in both the boy’s and girl’s washrooms were repaired….

This successful project was made possible by a Rotary Foundation Global Grant through the generous donations of Rotarians in D-7430 and around the world.

Posted by Ronald Smith

Group Study Exchange to Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
- June/July, 2012

Four young professionals and a Rotarian Team Leader from District 7430 left Newark Airport on June 9th, bound for the Tochigi Prefecture, approximately one hour north of Tokyo. The Team was selected by the GSE Committee, under the leadership of Chair Cindy Hornaman. They were met by an enthusiastic District 2550 GSE Committee, chaired by Rotarian Hiroshi Ishijima. Their length of stay in Japan was three (3) weeks.

The team made a total of nine (9) presentations at various Rotary Clubs throughout the Tochigi Prefecture. We were told, upon arrival, that our talks should be in Japanese, which sent us scrambling, but not to be perturbed, we added Japanese above our slides and received coaching on some of the language.  Our presentation covered District 7430 initiatives (Rotoplast, Youth Exchange, ShelterBox, and both Interac and Rotarac Clubs), followed by the Team sharing about our homes, families, work, and hobbies. If time allowed, the presentation ended with a little information about our state. In appreciation of our national pastime, we always concluded with a singing of Take Me Out to the Ball Game while wearing red Phillies shirts.

As our Team moved from one Club to another, we discovered the incoming club presidents were told by the previous club that we were a “healthy” or “spirited” group. It was true, and this news was received by the team as a high compliment.

Bruce Dearnley, Team Leader, Blue Bell Rotary Club, [email protected]

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